It was almost Thanksgiving, so you know what that means: 'Tis the season for holiday travel.More than 42 million Americans were expected to hit the road this weekend - the most since the recession hit. Jetta Bates Vasilatos joined Eight Forty-Eight in studio to share some travel tips.
Shannon Cason is a real live Macy's employee (he sells women's shoes).So the Former Moth GrandSLAM champion is more than equipped to give you his thoughts on Black Friday's move to Thursday, in his Paper Machete Consumer Reports Report.Below, the beginning of his diatribe.
Police agencies in the Midwest are among those planning stepped up enforcement of seat belt and other traffic safety laws around Thanksgiving.The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says state police from Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, and Ohio are participating in a holiday peri
Isn't it kind of silly when news outlets provide Thanksgiving tips and tricks a day or two before Thanksgiving? I don't know anybody who hosts the meal who decides mere hours before the meal what they're going to make.
If you made any jokes yesterday about Native Americans sitting down to dinner with illegal immigrants over the first Thanksgiving dinner, I hope you’ll take the time to read this installment of Vanessa’s story.
I'm technically taking today off, but thought I would turn over this space to a very young and talented foodie. She also happens to be my daughter, and we thought it would be appropriate if she shared her thoughts on this day of food, giving and thankfulness.
Early reports indicated a relatively smooth day of holiday travel in the Chicago area.There were no significant delays through early afternoon at either of Chicago's airports, despite warnings of delays caused by people determined to opt-out of body scans.Jel Stewart is an interactive marketing spec